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Having been somewhat recalcitrant over the last 18 months, I have gotten back to taking photographs more regularly now. Two weeks ago, I spent a weekend on the 22nd floor of my office building, and then the 50th floor of the Pinnacle at Duxton to shoot the footage for this short film.
It was a fun thing to do over a weekend, and provides a slightly lesser seen perspective of Singapore’s Chinatown and Downtown districts.
This short film has been made from 5,520 individually shot frames using a Sony A6500, a Samyang 12mm f/2.0 lens, and predominantly, a Sony FE 24-240mm lens. The latter is fast becoming my go-to lens for that all-purpose, must have in your kit bag while travelling lens.